Posts Tagged ‘veterinary medicine’

State improves heartworm diagnosis ranking, but still third-highest in U.S.

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — There’s good and bad news for Mississippi’s pets. The good news is the Magnolia State has slightly improved its position in the battle against one of the deadliest diseases threatening dogs and cats. The bad news, according to the American Heartworm Society (AHS), which conducts a nationwide incidence survey every three years, […] [...]

MSU promotes Herndon

Cary W. “Bill” Herndon, a long-time leader in Mississippi State University’s Division of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine, has been named the new associate vice president in the division after a national search. Since November 2008, Herndon has served as the head of the North Mississippi Research and Extension Center at Verona, which supports agriculture […] [...]

Veterinary neurology efforts expanded at MSU

by Published: March 15,2011

Tags: animlas, education, higher education, veterinary medicine

STARKVILLE — Pet owners in Mississippi and surrounding states can turn to Mississippi State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine when their animals develop neurological problems. Dr. Andy Shores joined MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine as a clinical professor of neurosurgery and neurology and is leading the efforts to establish a partnership with a human imaging […] [...]

Bucking trend, veterinary school enrollment increases

by Published: September 22,2010

Tags: agriculture, education, higher education, veterinary medicine

STARKVILLE — The number of non-Mississippians applying to Mississippi State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has more than doubled in three years as the total number of applications continues to grow, defying a national trend. Dr. Rich Meiring, a professor in the Department of Pathobiology and Population Medicine and director of admissions for the […] [...]

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